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  • Kirby Krieger Level 6 Level 6 (12,510 points)

    DC Steve wrote:

     

    Of course, this doesn't answer the question of why the only field displayed in the photo browser in mail is the file name field, making it difficult to figure out which picture to append to a message if there are several similar images.  I've posted that question more than once I believe, as well.

    Did you get an any actionable answers?  Note that you can search for keywords, ratings, Faces, Places, etc. in Mail's Photo Browser.

     

    As a workaround, select your Image in Aperture and use "{right-click}➞Share➞Email" or any of the equivalents.

  • DC Steve Level 1 Level 1 (25 points)

    I have not solved the problem.  Apparently, there is no way to export an image with the caption metadata so that the image is titled with the caption.  I can do it with the version name, but that is not my preference.  Furthermore, in the photobrowser, the only name that is displayed is the actual file name.  It appears there is no way to change that configuration.

     

    Steve

  • Frank Caggiano Level 7 Level 7 (25,720 points)

    If you just want to add the caption to the image use BorderFX as you were told last year.

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